Libraries to create packaged executables for release distribution.

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roma-glushko 🚀 List of distributed system projects for inspiration and learning to build distributed services from real world examples

pyrustic Lightweight framework and software suite to help develop, package, and publish Python desktop applications

cole-wilson Sailboat is a Python developer's best friend. It's a Python build tool that can do anything you need it to! It suports a countless number of plugins — you can even make your own. Sailboat is made for anyone, whether you are a begi

indygreg A modern Python application packaging and distribution tool

sandes ZipFly is a zip archive generator based on zipfile.py. It was created by Buzon.io to generate very large ZIP archives for immediate sending out to clients, or for writing large ZIP archives without memory inflation.

jabbalaci Python EXE A simple project that demonstrates how to create an executable from a Python project. Here, hello.py is the main file. It uses a module (helper.py), it imports the os module from the stdlib, and it even uses

facebookincubator XAR XAR lets you package many files into a single self-contained executable file. This makes it easy to distribute and install. A .xar file is a read-only file system image which, when mounted, looks like a

brentvollebregt Auto PY to EXE A .py to .exe converter using a simple graphical interface and PyInstaller in Python. Getting Started Prerequisites Python : Python 2.7 / 3.5-3.7 (see here for 3.8)

Muterra SmartyParse What is SmartyParse? SmartyParse is a binary packing/unpacking (aka building/parsing) library for arbitrary formats written for python >= 3.3. If you have a defined binary format (.tar, .bm

Digital-Sapphire PyUpdater An autoupdate framework for pyinstaller that enables simple, secure & efficient shipment of app updates. If you think PyUpdater is awesome, please give this issue an up vote on awesome-pyth

takluyver Pynsist is a tool to build Windows installers for your Python applications. The installers bundle Python itself, so you can distribute your application to people who don't have Python installed. Pynsist 2 requires Python 3.5 or a

pyinstaller PyInstaller Overview PyInstaller bundles a Python application and all its dependencies into a single package. The user can run the packaged app without installing a Python interpreter or any modules. Help keeping PyIns